Search crews are scouring Washington's Cascade mountains, looking for a missing airplane.
The pilot was last seen on Monday, July 23 departing from Tonasket and heading for Sequim. The plane is home-built. The pilot has not been identified.
Searchers will fly the projected flight path Tuesday, looking for any signs of the plane. Searchers flew for six hours Monday, but nothing turned up.
A flight beacon has not been found.
Teams focused their search on the Cascade Mountains because weather was overcast on Monday, when the plane went missing.
Family members in Sequim notified authorities when the pilot did not arrive on Monday.
Washington State Department of Transportation, the Civil Air Patrol, Washington Air Search and Rescue and Douglas County are coordinating the search out of Wenatchee.